Mrs. J.C. Reynolds and her mother, Mrs. Platt of Pittsfield, Mass.
Mary Dewing, later Mrs. Edmund D. Smith
A Tiffiany Window was given to St. John's Epicopal Church in memory of Edmund Dickinson Smith by his widow, Mary Dewing Smith in 1904. “Edmund D. Smith was a navy captain who was killed during the Spanish-American War.”
Note: It is not clear whether Smith was a navy captain or an army colonel, as we do have this information from the above page cited page on Mrs. Cruikshank:
“Charlotte Dewing Smith Cruikshank was born in 1897 in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, the daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Edmund Dickinson Smith of Stamford. When Colonel Smith was sent to the Philippines during the Spanish American War, his wife, Mary Dewing Smith, returned to Stamford with young Charlotte and her brother, Truman, and remained here after Colonel Smith was killed in February 1900 in the Philippine Insurrection.”
Charlotte Cruikshank, Mrs. Smith's daughter, c. 1925.
Mrs. Cruikshank was a great benefactress to the Stamford Historical Society.
Photos © Stamford Historical Society